#10 RESIDENTS DIDN’T ASK FOR THIS, SPECIAL INTERESTS DID: The quest for an extended mayoral term began and ends with a powerful special interest group–The Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, whose president lives in Shelton. They will outspend opposing tax-paying residents 20:1. A separate Political Action Committee, whose chairwoman is the wife of the current […]
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Month: October 2016
After more than a decade, City Hall re-opened Norwalk’s outdated, 103-year old charter. NorwalkFirst was forced to begin a public education campaign about the squandering of an opportunity for real charter reform. Real reform could have considered other options, such as: a City Manager or a City Planner expanding Council membership to facilitate better committee […]
In December 2015, the Chairman of the Republican Town Committee wrote a letter about charter revision, which was published in local news outlets. Read it HERE.
“We are not insensitive to some of the issues that came up during the charter revision process, specifically during the four public hearings,” Kimmel said. “… We are very much concerned about our Planning and Zoning. We will look into that. There are questions raised regarding the Police Commission. There’s been issues raised that make […]
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